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Historical Atlas of the Modern Middle East is a comprehensive and comparative atlas of Middle Eastern history, beginning in the early modern period and continuing through the present. It is comprehensive because, unlike many other historical atlases, this work covers the entire region, as well as neighboring areas of Europe, Central Asia and South Asia. In addition, by providing successive maps drawn on the same base, along with accompanying explanatory text, the Atlas takes a chronologically comparative approach. This permits readers to follow the flow of historical developments and compare the same terrain in different eras.
Table of Contents
|Background Map :Topography|
|Background Map : Climate and vegetation|
|Historical Maps 1656|
|Large scale map ldquo;Gunpowder Empiresrdquo; 1656|
|The Ottoman Empire at its zenith|
|Detail Maps : Ottoman-Safavid|
|Safavid domains in Mesopotamia at their greatest extent 1534|
|Ottoman conquest of Mesopotamia 1579|
|O ttoman conquest of Georgia, Shirvan, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Luristan 1639|
|Treaty of Zuhab 1699|
|The Ottoman retreat begins (Treaty of Karlowitz) 1774|
|The Ottoman retreat continues Detail Maps : The European Frontier 1718|
|Treaty of Passarowitz 1739|
|Treaty of Belgrade 1774 Treaty of Kuccedil;uk Kaynarci Detail Maps : The Ottoman-Persian Frontier 1723|
|Ottoman reconquest of Shirvan, Azerbaijan and Luristan 1736|
|Nadir Khanrsquo;s campaigns reverse Ottoman gains 1804|
|Large scale map : ldquo;Gunpowder Empiresrdquo; in retreat 1804|
|Western intrusion and Middle East reaction 1804|
|Cultural Focus : Distribution of ethno-linguistic and religious groups at the beginning of the 19 th century 1841|
|Imperial dissolution begins Detail maps :|
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